910 D3 Sure Fit Tip

I wanted to replace the shaft on my 910 D3.

How would I go about getting a SureFit Tip, or could i pull the tip from my old shaft?

Thanks

Do you already have a shaft to drop in or are you buying a new one. Drew at Tour stop can order one from titleist with tip installed exactly how you want it. Really is not anymore than paying retail for a good shaft. Plus awesome service from Drew. You can specify tipping, length and desired grip as well. Hope this helps.

This is a great question, but sorry I don't know the official answer.  I typically have my drivers re-shafted 2-3 times before I get new ones. From what I understand, getting clubs re-shafted (other than by the OEM) has always been discouraged and voids any and all warranty's).  I was talking to a guy the other day who had purchased some aftermarket surefit tips from ebay; however the didn't work well - they were +/- $50 each.  He said the Titleist made Surefit tips had almost milspec tolerances. So, I believe you will have to order any replacement shafts from Titleist.  

I have just posted this same answer in another post, but this is a great question, but sorry I don't know the official answer.  I typically have my drivers re-shafted 2-3 times before I get new ones. From what I understand, getting clubs re-shafted (other than by the OEM) has always been discouraged and voids any and all warranty's).  I was talking to a guy the other day who had purchased some aftermarket surefit tips from ebay; however the didn't work well - they were +/- $50 each.  He said the Titleist made Surefit tips had almost milspec tolerances. So, I believe you will have to order any replacement shafts from Titleist.  

Hi Michael - 

The 910 SureFit Tour Hosel is not available for individual sale.  You may order a 'shaft only' for the 910 metals and the SureFit adapter will already be installed.  

We do not recommend that you remove the SureFit hosel from your existing shaft and install on a different shaft.

 

 

I already have the shaft. Got a Diamana Red Board at a great price that no one could compete with.

I can see why it's not recommended to try and remove the tip, and I damaged mine. Do I have any avenues for getting it replaced?